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The car is running beautifully. We're getting about 33 mpg if I stay under the posted speed limit by about 20 kilometers per hour. The locals love (hate, actually) me for that, but I move over to let them pass. Road trips are nothing new for us. I (Josh) have driven all over the western states, and between Alaska and Texas six times. What sets this apart is the scenery ...
... see, but now it is getting hard. Being away from home (and knowing I will be for the next 4 months) as well as not receiving the love of familiar friends and family is hard, because I have no familiar steadfast friend to lean on, unlike a lot of other international people I know here. Not only that, but I don't really get along with my flatmates, besides one, because they ...
... historic town of Oamaru. There are many elegant buildings here, all made of the local sandstone. There is also a steampunk museum, and we took a few photos before trundling off.
Our guidebook next directed us to a backroad drive along the coastline, so we detoured from the main highway again and looped around to our final destination before Dunedin, which was a unique collection of spherical rocks, called the Moeraki Boulders, right on the beach. Each ...
... crashed 50 meters in front of us.
A light rain motivated us to return to Portobello village and stop in for dinner at the restaurant there. Back in our cabin we called it a day around 10:30.
After a good night’s sleep we debated the merits of staying an extra day in Dunedin and finally decided to do so. Despite the forecast of rain we headed out on a hike from a coastal headland down to a beach and then on ...
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I chose to research the Royal Albatross because I wanted to learn many things about them and because I visited Taiaroa Head while I was in Dunedin. Royal Albatross are are the world's largest seabird. They are also called "Toroa". There are around 860 of them in the world.
Albatross are the worlds largest seabird and their ...